Linux Command Library
commands
Commands
basic
Basic
tips
Tips

upstart-dbus-bridge

Bridge between Upstart and D-Bus

upstart-dbus-bridge [OPTIONS]...

upstart-dbus-bridge receives information about D-Bus signals and creates init(8) events for them.

With no options, monitors signals on the D-Bus system bus and emits an Upstart event called dbus via a D-Bus system bus connection to Upstart.

When run with --user, monitors signals on the users D-Bus session bus and emits Upstart events via the private D-Bus connection to the users Session Init.

See dbus-daemon(1) and for further details.

--always

Always emit events on receipt of D-Bus signal regardless of whether jobs care about them.

--daemon

Detach and run in the background.

--debug

Enable debugging output.

--help

Show brief usage summary.

--session

Monitor signals on the D-Bus session bus.

--system

Monitor signals on the D-Bus system bus.

--user

User-session mode: connect to Upstart via the user session rather than over the D-Bus system bus.

--bus-name

Set a name for the bus to be passed as an additional argument to the event under the property BUS. Used to distinguish multiple D-Bus bridges.

--verbose

Enable verbose output.

D-Bus signals emitted by Upstart itself are ignored.

Written by James Hunt <james.hunt@canonical.com>

Report bugs at <https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/upstart/+bugs>

Copyright © 2013 Canonical Ltd.

This is free software; see the source for copying conditions. There is NO warranty; not even for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

dbus-daemon(1) dbus-event(7) init(5) init(8)

play store download app store download
Imprint
Sonnenallee 29, 12047 Berlin, Germany
e-mail: sschubert89@gmail.com

Privacy policy
Successfully copied